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Taxpayer systems restored following malfunction caused by extreme heat in Maryland

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Posted at 10:52 AM, Jul 19, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-19 14:52:35-04

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Taxpayer systems have been restored after the Maryland Office of the Comptroller experienced failures throughout all of Maryland's taxpayer services because of extreme heat.

They said the technical malfunctions extended throughout the Annapolis complex, statewide branch offices, call centers, and services accessed online.

The Maryland Department of General Services was at the site assessing and working to fix the technical issues. They said the technical malfunction was the result of a broken pipe, which required air conditioning in parts of the Annapolis government complex to be turned off.

If you have any questions regarding the repair work in the state building in Annapolis you can contact DGS at 410-767-4958.